After Being in the Red, Detroit Goes Green

Modified: October 30, 2017 | Story by Dana McMahan
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Picture a green city that’s home to 1,400 urban gardens and a massive forest. A riverfront bike path connects with a transformed railway leading to the country’s largest historic public market district. Restaurants dish up produce grown within city limits, and visitors stumble upon hidden pocket parks.

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